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Old 04-14-2014, 04:14 PM   #16
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I admit this is exactly what I think when I read a post about how someone is not hungry enough to eat their allotted calories. I can understand it more easily if, say, someone has started a new medication that suppresses appetite. But spontaneously going from an overeater to an undereater... I can only wish.

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Yup, I agree. I get it if you are eating 900 calories of All-Bran, but even on a whole foods diet, I would need more to feel full. I think that switching to a more whole foods/fibrous high volume/lower calorie diet helps to achieve satiety while eating less (the amount of soft fluffy rolls and cookies I can inhale compared to Crisp Bread and broccoli is big) and maybe its because I have an elastic tummy due to weight loss, but I still need to eat at least at my BMR to feel satiety.
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